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Product description

Feature:
1. Powered by 2pcs AAA battery(not included), when the power is used, it can be projected for a long time. It solves the shortcomings of the previous projection clock that cannot be projected for a long time
2. Alarm/snooze function, LCD color screen display, LED backlight to ensure clear and clear time display, project ultra‑clear time onto the wall or ceiling
3. Temperature and humidity display, automatically detect and display the current environmental humidity, humidity range: 20%rh ~99%rh, temperature range: 0℃~+50℃/32℉~122 ℉
4. The alarm sound is small, it will not make you feel bored, with snooze function, the alarm clock has no memory function, and the time needs to be reset after shutting down
5. Clock is an ideal gift for family, friends and children, whether it is on important moment such as weddings, birthdays, banquets, Christmas anniversaries, etc


Specification:
Product Name: Projection alarm clock
Gross weight: Approx. 243g/8.57oz
Material: Plastic
Product Size: Height 11cm/4.33in x width 15cm/5.9in
Battery: 2 x AAA (not included)
Humidity Range: 20%rh ~99%rh
Temperature Range: 0℃~+50℃/32℉~122 ℉



Package List:
1 x Projection Alarm Clock1 x Manual
1 x USB Cable


Note:
1. When the projection clock is 2 meters away from the receiving wall or ceiling, the height of the projected font is about 20cm
2. When the projection clock is 6 meters away from the receiving wall or ceiling, the height of the projected font is about 60cm
3. This product can be connected to an external power source, after using the power source, there is no need to install a battery
4. The battery and power cannot be used at the same time, otherwise the alarm clock will be damaged
5. Try not to use high‑capacity batteries, which are easy to burn out the circuit board and cause garbled characters
6. After using the power, the alarm clock can alwa

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